January 04, 2022

Canada’s Indigenous Services Minister discusses deals to settle child welfare claims

The federal government, First Nations organizations and class-action lawyers announced details of two agreements in principle that, if ratified, could end a nearly 15-year-old legal battle over the racist underfunding of child welfare services on reserves and in the Yukon. Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu joins APTN National News to talk about the deal.

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